Rhea Perlman: American actress best known for role in Cheers
A large flightless bird of South America
3. The second largest
moon of Saturn
Common clues: Ostrich relative; Three toed
bird; Perlman of "Cheers"; Carla’s portrayer;
Moon of Saturn; Satellite of Saturn
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(born March 31, 1948) is an American actress, best known for her
role as Carla Tortelli on the popular sitcom Cheers.
She is married to actor Danny DeVito. She received an
unprecedented 10 Emmy Award nominations for Best Supporting
Actress in a Comedy Series (Cheers
ran 11 seasons). She won the Emmy four times. She later starred
in the short-running sitcom "Pearl" as the title
character, and was featured on the show "Kate Brasher."
met actor Danny DeVito on January 17, 1971, when she went to see
a friend in the single performance of the play The Shrinking
Bride, which also featured DeVito. They moved in together two
weeks after meeting. The couple married on January 28, 1982. They
have three children: Lucy Chet DeVito (born March 1983), Grace
Fan DeVito (born March 1985), and Jacob Daniel DeVito (born
October 1987). Throughout their relationship, Perlman and DeVito
acted alongside each other several times, including in the TV
show Taxi and the feature film Matilda. DeVito and Perlman
separated in October 2012. Prior to this, the family lived in
Beverly Hills, California, and also spent time at their vacation
home in Interlaken, New Jersey.
are large flightless birds native to South America.
The name was given in 1752 by Paul Mohring; his reason for
choosing this name, from classical mythology, is not known.
are omnivorous, preferring broad-leafed plants, but also eating
seeds, roots, fruit, insects, and small vertebrates.
is the second-largest moon of Saturn and the ninth largest moon
in the Solar System. It was discovered in 1672 by Giovanni
view of Rhea's anti-Saturn hemisphere, showing the moon's two
largest impact basins (Mamaldi above and left of center, and
adjacent Tirawa to its upper right)
is named after the Titan Rhea of Greek mythology, "mother of
the gods". It is also designated Saturn V (being the fifth
major moon going outward from the planet).
named the four moons he discovered (Tethys, Dione, Rhea and
Iapetus) Sidera Lodoicea (the stars of Louis) to honor King Louis
XIV. Astronomers fell into the habit of referring to them and
Titan as Saturn I through Saturn V. Once Mimas and Enceladus were
discovered, in 1789, the numbering scheme was extended to Saturn
names of all seven satellites of Saturn then known come from John
Herschel (son of William Herschel, discoverer of the planet
Uranus, and two other Cronian moons, Mimas and Enceladus) in his
1847 publication Results of Astronomical Observations made at the
Cape of Good Hope, wherein he suggested the names of the Titans,
sisters and brothers of Cronos (Saturn, in Roman mythology), be
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